Homeless Health Initiative Resources
ATA provides a range of forensic mental health services in Philadelphia and the surrounding counties. Call 215-405-2100.
CCTC is a private nonprofit agency that specializes in delivering behavioral health services to Philadelphia’s children and their families.
It's dedicated to enriching the lives of people affected by mental illness or developmental disabilities.
It's a nonprofit mental health agency providing outpatient assessment and treatment services in the area of sexual abuse.
SAMHSA’s National Helpline provides round-the-clock free, confidential treatment referral and information services (in English and Spanish) for individuals and families facing mental health and/or substance use disorders.
Childhood Abuse Prevention
Prevent Child Abuse America is the nation’s oldest and largest organization committed to preventing child abuse and neglect before it happens. Programs and resources informed by science that enable kids, families, and entire communities to thrive—today, tomorrow, and for generations to come are the hallmark of this organization.
It provides support, information and resources to keep children safe and create healthier communities.
Zero to Three is a national nonprofit organization that provides parents, professionals, and policymakers with the knowledge and the know-how to nurture early development.
Child Advocacy Centers
It promotes the rights, needs and interests of at-risk and abused children in Bucks County. Call 267-927-0639.
Montgomery County's Mission Kids is focused on easing the criminal justice process for abused children in Montgomery County.
It's a resource for anyone concerned about helping sexually abused children or seeking information on the subject.
Child Protection Services
It receives and investigate reports of child abuse and neglect, provides temporary care, and develops community-wide social service programs.
Delaware County CYS provides a wide range of services to abused and neglected children from birth to age 18, and their families.
It investigates all reports of suspected abuse, neglect or dependency of children from birth to age 18.
Philadelphia DHS provides services and resources that promote safety, permanency, and well-being for children and youth at risk of abuse, neglect and delinquency.
It has led the way and set the pace for ground-breaking education programs, national policy development, professional training programs, and public actions designed to end violence against women, children and families.
The NCTSN Domestic Violence Collaborative Group offers a variety of resources with a focus on domestic violence.
The Philadelphia Domestic Violence Hotline (1-866-723-3014) is a free 24-hour resource for individuals with questions or concerns about domestic violence.
Call the Philadelphia Domestic Violence Hotline at 1-866-723-3014 for free, confidential counseling over the phone that provides safety, information and support for survivors in Philadelphia 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
It advocates for victims' rights, trains professionals who work with victims, and serves as a trusted source of information on victims' issues.
It was developed by the CDC to provide grantees and partners with access to training and tools that focus on the primary prevention of violence.
It educates and supports parents to do the best job they can to raise their children to become confident, caring, responsible and productive.
Find suggested responses to common reactions children might experience after a sexual abuse/assault.
Find a list of common responses experienced by female survivors of sexual abuse/assault, and common phases survivors often go through.
Find information about the many ways you can help survivors of sexual assault/abuse.
If you have been a victim of sexual violence and are seeking information, referral or resources, call 1-888-772-7227.
RAINN is the nation's largest anti-sexual violence organization. RAINN created and operates the National Sexual Assault Hotline.
Find definitions of sexual assaults, sexual abuse, sexual exploitation, and rape.
Provides emergency shelter, transitional housing, referral and legal representation. Hotline: 1-866-723-3014 or 1-866-SAFE-014.
Women Against Abuse Legal Center: 215-686-7082, provides Legal representation, court advocacy, telephone counseling, referrals, victim’s compensation assistance
Provides Advocacy, free counseling and education services for women, men and children who have experienced sexual violence. 24-Hour Crisis Hotline: 215-985-3333
Bucks County Housing Group (BCHG) works to advance the interests of people with low-moderate income and people in crisis through the provision of affordable housing and related social service.
Provides a list of housing resources, including homeless shelters, supportive housing, halfway housing, transitional housing, day shelters, low income housing, residential alcohol and drug treatment centers.
Find information about the services offered by the Office of Homeless Services, and take note of the following hotlines:
Domestic Violence Hotline
Philly Vets Home Coalition Hotline: 215-923-8387
If you are homeless or are in imminent risk of becoming homeless, please contact the Your Way Home Call Center.
The Blueprint to End Homelessness brings together community leaders to implement policies and programs to end homelessness.
Habitat for Humanity International is a nonprofit, nondenominational Christian organization that builds houses for the homeless worldwide.
Habitat Philadelphia is an independently chartered affiliate of Habitat for Humanity International that builds quality homes in partnership with families in need.
The National Alliance to End Homelessness is a nonpartisan organization working to prevent and end homelessness in the United States.
NAEHCY is dedicated to meeting the educational needs of children and youth experiencing homelessness through advocacy, partnerships and education.
The National HCH Council advocates reform of the healthcare system to best serve the needs of homeless people.